A trip to the post office to pick up my mail and another to the Disposal Site (as the sign I passed today said) AKA the Dump!
On my way to town, I passed field after field of yellow flowers or as I call them in my yard - weeds.
On my way back home, I had a fun experience while stopped at the railroad crossing - two trains passed each other right there, one going west, the other east. Hooting at each other as they passed. I enjoyed myself taking pictures while waiting for the trains to pass.
This railroad crossing is located by the cement plant. One cold and windy January day a couple of years ago, our CERT leaders made arrangements for us, the team members, to tour the plant. We were all the way up in that building you see to the far left. We actually toured most of the plant and listened to a lecture of how cement is processed there.
When I arrived back home and parked the car, these deep green plants surrounding the red rock caught my eye. I see this arrangement every day, of course, without paying much attention to it. Today I thought it looked pretty so I took a picture.
Then, before I went inside, I took a picture of the tall weeds that will be cut back soon. The picture didn't come out well so I tried to fix it up a bit, without much success. These weeds are really, really tall and, as you can see, drying up and turning brown.
Photo bomber Samson
Retriever Faith with her ever present ball - until she loses it. Usually under the couch, making her mommy crawl on all fours retrieving it for her.